Home Design

Set in Stone: New Takes On A Design Favorite

By Elaine Raffel / April 30, 2020 / 1 Comment

In all its iterations, stone lends a timeless and elegant vibe to a home’s aesthetic. Interesting and innovative options abound, both inside the house and out.

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5 Shows to Add to Your Shelter-in-Place Work Week Watch List

By Elaine Raffel / April 20, 2020 / 0 Comments

These five bingeable design-centric series let you mix business with pleasure during yet another shelter-in-place work week.

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Design Trends: What’s Hot, What’s Not for 2020

By Karen Eubank / January 3, 2020 / 3 Comments

Dallas is a cutting-edge town. Our architects and interior designers are immensely talented innovators and award-winners. I asked a few of our local experts, what design trends can we look forward to seeing in 2020, and what will we be kicking to the curb.

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Interior Designer Kim Armstrong Can Set Your Space Straight in One Day

By Nikki Barringer / July 26, 2019 / 0 Comments

Award-winning interior designer Kim Armstrong recently launched Day of Design, and it’s a really genius way to fluff up your space. Let’s say you just need a lil’ help, not a full-on hand-hold, just more of a nudge in the right direction. Day of Design is the perfect solution.

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Maestri Gallery Offers Unique Art, Accessories, and Martin the Flamingo

By Karen Eubank / November 15, 2018 / 0 Comments

Eddie Maestri is one of those guys that innately knows what’s cool. I met Eddie years ago, in my former life as a photography stylist and producer. I was scouting cool houses, and of course, he lived in one. Eddie has become one of the finest architects in Dallas. He has developed Maestri Studio, a […]

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Foundations: Pier & Beam vs Pier-ed Slab. Which is Better?

By Candy Evans / August 22, 2017 / 2 Comments

Remember that freeze we had just before Christmas last?  Somehow, something had knocked the insulation off a fire sprinkler pipe in the attic above our media room, which took talent because we have a ton of insulation in our attics. Since I seldom go upstairs, I did not know there was a leak from a […]

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